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The Bridges of Madison County Tickets

The Bridges of Madison County Tickets

London
13 Jul 2019 - 14 Sep 2019

The Bridges of Madison County Information

The Chocolate Factory is pleased to present the UK premiere of the musical version of the best-selling novel by Robert James Waller and subsequent motion picture directed by Clint Eastwood.

Francesca is an Italian immigrant housewife living a happy existence on a farm in the American Midwest.  However, when her family goes off to the Iowa State Fair, she meets Robert Kincaid, a National Geographic photographer on assignment filming bridges in the area.  Their initial friendship develops into a brief but passionate affair which has devastating consequences on all of their lives. 

Winner of the Tony Awards for Best Original Score and Best Orchestrations, this is one of Jason Robert Brown’s most ravishing and unforgettable shows.

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Run time

2hrs 45mins (inc. interval)

Opening date

July 13th, 2019

Closing date

September 14th, 2019

Venue

Menier Chocolate Factory

Cast and creative

By: Marsha Norman
Songs by: Jason Robert Brown
Director: Trevor Nunn
Design: Jon Bausor
Lighting: Tim Lutkin
Choreography: Lynne Page
Sound: Gregory Clarke
Cast List: Jenna Russell, Ed Baker-Duly, Georgia Brown, Maddison Bulleyment, Shanay Holmes, Gillian Kirkpatrick, Paul F Monaghan, David Perkins and Dale Rapley.

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